Today, in great moments of non-mention

Al.com list entitled “SEC football’s notable NCAA cases over the years” contains nary a mention of Georgia.

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12 responses to “Today, in great moments of non-mention

  1. 81Dog

    We can’t even scratch in an SEC competition for best cheaters. Is that proof we ain’t been tryin’ all these years? I am more shocked that the whole Cam Newton fiasco didn’t rate a mention. That’s the weirdest NCAA investigation I’ve ever seen; all that proof of cash being sought and changing hands, and I still don’t understand how it all got wrapped up so fast with no charges. Was James Comey working for the NCAA back in 2010?

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    • Bigshot

      The NCAA would have lost too much money had they suspended $cam. That whole cheating scandal just added to my deep hatred of the War Chickens, after what took place with AJ.

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      • Mayor

        ^This. The Barners have really learned how to do it and get away with it. Hiring the former NCAA Director of investigations (or whatever his title was) has really helped them.

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  2. Aladawg

    Give it time now. The pressure to win at all costs is now there.

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  3. Dawg Vegas

    I feel like if the AJ-C was compiling the list Jan Kemp would be at the top, followed closely by Jim Harrick/Tony Cole, and then Wally Butts/Bear Bryant. And of course AJ Green and Todd Gurley would be way ahead of the current Ole Miss situation.

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    • Go Dawgs!

      I didn’t even click this article the first time that I saw it because I figured Jan Kemp would be on the list. Maybe it was too long ago. It was, however, a remarkable scandal and certainly it was quite a serious situation. The Jim Harrick scandal was also awful and deserving of a spot on the list. It’s nice that they had amnesia!

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      • What did the NCAA have to do with the Kemp matter?

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        • Dylan Dreyer's Booty

          Exactly. Of course, if they had been prosecuting something, we would have come out better, probably. The Georgia Way did enough damage. What I will always recall about Jan Kemp is that Tyrone Sorrells – one of the subjects of her angst – managed to transfer to Georgia Tech. guess reading isn’t required there.

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  4. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    I always thought Auburn cheated early and often, and they certainly figured prominently in that article along with Florida. Kentucky? I had forgotten.

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  5. Otto

    Huntley Johnson must have really perfected the Florida Way. Yes I very much remember reminding Florida in the 90s it was the 1st SEC championship they could actually claim. One of many reasons why Florida is my most disliked rival.

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  6. Bigshot

    Ah. good old Auburn. You can always depend on them being right in the middle of cheating scandals.

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